Ivory-breasted Pitta

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.

The Ivory-breasted Pitta is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Ivory-breasted Pitta, Pitta maxima, is a species of bird in the Pittidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Pitta maxima. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 26 July 2007. Stub icon This Pittidae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More

Ivory-breasted Pitta The Ivory-breasted Pitta (Pitta maxima) is a species of bird in the Pittidae family. It is endemic to Indonesia.Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. See more at Wikipedia.org... This article uses material from Wikipedia® and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License Wikipédia Français Download this dictionary Pitta maxima La Brève d'Halmahera (Pitta maxima) est une espèce de passereau appartenant à la famille des Pittidae. More

Ivory-breasted Pitta, Halmahera ©Tour participant Bjorn Anderson Our second Sulawesi tour of the year was immensely successful with almost all targets and specialties seen well and a few surprises thrown in too! The list of highlight species is typically mouthwatering, topped as always by the amazing Wallace’s Standardwing, but with a fine supporting cast of Ivory-breasted Pitta, Geomalia, Sulawesi Thrush, Purple-bearded Bee-eater, all endemic kingfishers including the stunning Sulawesi Dwarf Kingfisher and two sightings of the rarely-seen Scaly Kingfisher, Great Shortwing and More

Ivory-breasted Pitta, Halmahera – It came as no surprise when this obliging Ivory-breasted Pitta was voted as ‘bird-of-the-trip’ ©Rob Hutchinson/Birdtour Asia 12 13 Red-bellied Pitta (left) and Red-backed Thrush (right) both gave great view at Tangkoko. ©Tour participant Tony Sawbridge 14 15 Both Purple-winged Roller (left) and Yellow-billed Malkoha showed very well at Tangkoko, Sulawesi, giving nice photographic opportunities. More

Ivory-breasted Pitta, characteristically calling from high in a tree on the edge of a dry river bed. Whilst waiting for the mega-pitta to show we saw a pair of Paradise Crows, presumably investigating what all the fuss was about. More interesting-looking than the plates in Birds of Wallacea would suggest although still in with a chance in the 'dullest bird of paradise' competition. More

astonishing Ivory-breasted Pitta on Halmahera; together with a host of other endemics ranging from the fascinating Geomalia and Scaly Kingfisher of upland Sulawesi to the amazing Maleo and Rusty-backed Thrush in the lowlands. Our 18-day itinerary follows, with PP and AR arriving on 29th and starting with a short boat trip in the mangroves near Manado; and PP and AM using the 10th to dive the reefs of Bunaken Island: 26th August. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Pittidae
Genus : Pitta
Species : maxima
Authority : Müller & Schlegel, 1845